The UK’s product safety and recall system is not fit for purpose and lacks national oversight, a new report has warned today.
A further five powers are due to be returned to Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council following improvements by the council.
Swimming and classroom lessons should teach children about the dangers of cold water shock, council chiefs say.
A former minister at the department for communities and local government has castigated the Government for its ‘fatal obsession’ with de-regulation claiming this created the context for the Grenfell tragedy.
Tom Morton calls for more rigorous standards to apply to alarm receiving centres (ARCs) in care services.
The GMB union has called for an overhaul of Fife Council’s health and safety policies after workers were exposed to asbestos.
Nottingham City Council has been fined after an apprentice suffered serious hand injuries when trying to unblock a lawnmower.
A charity has called on city leaders to prioritise making school walking routes safer as parents claim their cities are ‘too unsafe’ for children to walk to school in.
Nottinghamshire County Council has been fined £1m after a disabled member of the public was crushed by a tractor.
The roll-out of 20mph zones in Manchester is being reconsidered after analysis found they were not reducing the number of accidents or driver speed as quickly as hoped.